How to maintain and clean microcement?
No matter what kind of material it is, it requires a certain level of care and care, and microcement is no exception. A lot of painters and DIY-ers will be puzzled about the post-maintenance of micro-cement: how to take care of micro-cement?
How to maintain and clean microcement?
And how many days do you have to wait for micro-cement to be done? Are there any differences in maintenance requirements for different areas? G.SB concentrates on sorting out the experience in micro-cement maintenance.
Microcement curing period
The microcement curing period refers to the period of waiting for the material to fully cure after the microcement construction is completed. Before the curing period ends, it cannot be used in advance, otherwise various problems may be caused.
The above is the conventional maintenance cycle, and the specific maintenance cycle needs to be determined according to the site construction conditions. Before the construction of micro-cement, it is necessary to understand the maintenance details with the constructor and the brand in advance to ensure the normal use of the micro-cement after delivery.
The compressive strength of micro-wo micro-cement is 60-70mpa, and each square centimeter can bear about 60kg of weight, which can meet the needs of daily use, even if the high-heeled shoes frequently walk around without any problems.
However, it should be noted that materials that are too sharp (scissors, sharp table corners, etc.) may cause excessive instantaneous pressure, thereby damaging the microcement surface. Therefore, since the metal thin-leg furniture may exceed the limit of compressive strength, it is recommended to use a soft protective cover for protection, and you can choose silicone, fabric, etc.
The water-repellent sealer and finish of microcement can effectively prevent stains from immersing in. However, in order to ensure the slip resistance and texture of the microcement, the surface of the general ground microcement will not be completely smooth. As a result, dirt may remain on the surface of the microcement. If it is not cleaned for too long, the dirt will easily become stubborn stains.
Therefore, it is very important to ensure daily cleaning. Different types of microcement have different maintenance needs. Micro-cement floors are used in areas that are heavily used, such as commercial spaces with large passenger flow, especially those with heavy oil pollution, such as kitchens and dining spaces. Such spaces must be decontaminated and cleaned daily! Clean with special heavy-duty degreasing detergent. In order to ensure the good use effect of microcement.
For example, non-catering commercial spaces with moderate passenger flow, living rooms and corridors are mostly used in family spaces. Public spaces require daily cleaning and maintenance 2-3 times a week with a professional degreasing cleaner. For household living rooms, corridors and other scenes with a lot of movement, daily cleaning, and use special degreasing cleaners to clean and maintain once a week, or clean up in time after stains (such as soy sauce, ink, coffee, etc.)
Family space, bedroom and other areas with strong privacy and less traffic. Routine vacuum cleaning, wet mopping with clean water, and special oil-stained cleaner once a month for cleaning and maintenance to ensure the long-lasting effect of micro-cement- Do not soak the ground with solvents or heavy chemicals, and do not use sharp spatula Treat the ground with paper steel balls and the like!
Microwo micro-cement is equipped with a special cleaning agent for micro-cement. Soak a bottle of Cap Micro Cleaner in hot water above 65 degrees Celsius and soak stubborn stains for one to two minutes. You can also use other types of stain-removing cleaners on the market, such as tea stain cleaners, to assist in cleaning.
Can microcement be used in kitchens and restaurants?
Use and care guides are here!
There are many cases on the Internet that introduce the application of microcement in benches, toilets and furniture. Then G.SB will introduce another special usage of microcement: kitchen, dining space. Traditionally, the design of the kitchen space will use ceramic tiles, slate, etc. as the wall and floor materials.
Micro-cement can not only be used in conventional areas such as ceilings, floors, and walls, but also has its own uniqueness in the application of special areas. Because microcement has excellent adhesion, it can be applied to various types of surfaces; it also has strong ductility, and the construction on curved surfaces is not a problem. Therefore, it also performs well under the conditions of many other materials that cannot be achieved or are difficult to achieve seamless. condition.
Although these materials are high in hardness and easy to take care of, there are problems such as gaps that are easy to hide dirt and dirt, and they cannot achieve the overall seamless effect, so they have some limitations. The kitchen and dining room are made of micro-cement. In design, the interior and exterior spaces of the kitchen can be unified.
After the use of micro-cement, the problem of material splicing in small spaces can be effectively avoided, and there is no need to consider gaps and footings, which provides good conditions for the design of the project. Using microcement to cover the old kitchen directly is also a convenient and quick way to renovate. Renovating with microcement does not require removing the tiles, just cover it with one layer, and you can achieve a new look.
The use of micro-cement in the kitchen and dining room should be noted that: different from the general area, micro-cement needs to be intervened from the cement mortar leveling layer, and no matter the wall or floor, it needs to follow the complete process of the ground.
If used in heavily oily areas, you can also add an extra coat to enhance stain resistance. In addition, you can also use ceramic tiles for leveling, which is more flat. Although micro-cement is waterproof and oil-proof, like other materials, it should be cleaned after use.
For example, commercial restaurants and heavy oil fume areas in the home kitchen need to be cleaned every day with special cleaning agents to prolong the service life of microcement and maintain a good use effect. The dining area of the home restaurant should be cleaned daily, and a special degreasing detergent should be used for cleaning and maintenance once a week.
Usually, be careful not to let the dirt stay on the micro-cement for too long (such as more than 12 hours), and scrub it in time. For commercial catering spaces, the frequency of thorough maintenance should be appropriately increased according to the flow of people.